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Oct 15, 2012 8:00am EDT
: well, our goal on "the communicators" this week is to look at the philosophies of both president obama and governor romney when it comes to tech and communications issues and to explore any possible policy changes that could result from a second obama administration or a first romney administration. joining us in our discussion is john kneuer. now, mr. kneuer used to be the administrator of the national telecommunications and information administration under the george w. bush administration, and ed paisley is also with us, a longtime journalist. he is currently vice president for editorial for the center for american progress' action fund. and, mr. paisley, if we could start with you. how would you describe president obama's overall philosophy when it comes to tech and communications issues? >> guest: i would include tech communications and science because i think all three go together. i think it's a mistake to try and separate the one from the other or the two from the other. the overall philosophy really is trying to figure out the best way in which the federal government can work
Oct 13, 2012 6:30pm EDT
obscure technology issues is increasingly small. for the obama administration or the romney campaign -- is not really a campaign issue. but i do think he will see is a very important government issue. and i think both sides are prepared to devote significant energy and effort to it should be there administration. >> i will take a different tack on that. i think the american people understand investment in innovation is hugemp
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